Year 11 Leavers

A big Thank You to Mrs Fielder our Chair of Governors who presented our Year 11's with their Record of Achievement.

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Governors Meeting

The Governors are discussing current issues and developments for PCA tonight, they enjoyed viewing our new teaching block which is under construction via a virtual tour.

 

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WSFC Meeting

Mrs Fielder met with Mr Bradford and Miss Gardiner this morning to discuss WSFC. This was a great opportunity to share our success and discuss future plans. 

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WSFC Visit

It was lovely to see Mrs Fielder this morning as she visited WSFC. 

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Certificate Presentation Evening

Presentation Evening - Pupils were delighted to receive their certificates to add to their Record of Achievement. Thank you to Mrs Fielder who presented their files.

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Governors committee meeting

The PCA Governors enjoyed discussing current events and developments for the forthcoming year. 

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KS2 Leavers' Assembly

I was very proud to be part of today’s Key Stage 2 Leavers’ Assembly and to present the pupils with their progress files and leaving presents.  What a fantastic assembly, full of music and treasured memories.  Congratulations to Keira, Owen, Bobby-Leigh, Adam, Francesca, Maddison, Connor, Callum,…

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Training Link

TRAINING LINK
Hello. My name is Janet Courtenay and I joined Park's Governing Body almost 2 years ago. I had no prior links with the school but I did spend many years working as a Learning and Development and Employee Communications Manager with BAE Systems and have always had a passion for…

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Full Governor Meeting

Last nights Full Governor Meeting in full swing!

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Charity Coffee Morning

Susan Fielder, Chair of Governors, attended the coffee morning in aid of Marie Curie Cancer Care. To mark the special occasion, many pupils dressed in yellow, which matched the splendid array of daffodils they had grown, which symbolises the work of Marie Curie. The event was well supported by…

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